6X47 - 110-115gn loads

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6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#1 Postby Tim N » Tue Jul 03, 2018 6:56 pm

Hi All,
If any of you have ventured into this area could you share some load data.
Thanks
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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#2 Postby Rebel105 » Tue Jul 03, 2018 8:08 pm

Hi Tim, I swap u some info if u agree to sell me some of your 7mm Berger Hybrids :-)
Geoff

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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#3 Postby Tim N » Wed Jul 04, 2018 5:31 am

Rebel105 wrote:Hi Tim, I swap u some info if u agree to sell me some of your 7mm Berger Hybrids :-)
Geoff


Hey Geoff,
I’m down to my last 500 match winning 7mm hybrids so I’ll have to guess my loads for the 115 6mm
There’s always google for well informed load info :roll:
The 7s must be hard to get as I loaned 500 recently?
Just to make you feel better I got rid of another 500 to Brett B for the cost of post $50
Mind you he gave them to me in Canada as he didn’t have spare room for the trip home.
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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#4 Postby Rebel105 » Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:39 am

No Problems Tim haha....I can't help myself..coz your a nice bloke and all, try 40.7 of 2209 jammed load. Also very accurate with 39.6
I used 2213sc as well with 44.5 ... all jammed. You can get the 105VLDs going quite well with the same loads but might burn your barrel. 2209 might be the go as you have a little less case capacity than I had.
Besides if your playing with the 6mm you won't need the 7mm prodjies. :D
Geoff

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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#5 Postby Tim N » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:55 am

Was that in your 6xc?
Nice try on the 7 hybrids
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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#6 Postby Rebel105 » Wed Jul 04, 2018 3:59 pm

yep XC that's why I i think 09 will work better as the 6x47 case is a tad smaller than XC and will fit the 09 better

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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#7 Postby macguru » Thu Jul 26, 2018 6:55 pm

Tim, have you actually had your 7 twist chambered for 6x47 yet ? I just sold my 7.75 bartlein blank and i was thinking of ordering a 7 twist krieger HV. Is that what you have ? Has anyone actually responded with real results from heavy 6mm pills ?

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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#8 Postby Tim N » Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:59 pm

My 7 twist 6mm is being chambered atm
So no details yet
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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#9 Postby willow » Mon Jul 30, 2018 6:12 pm

macguru wrote:Tim, have you actually had your 7 twist chambered for 6x47 yet ? I just sold my 7.75 bartlein blank and i was thinking of ordering a 7 twist krieger HV. Is that what you have ? Has anyone actually responded with real results from heavy 6mm pills ?


There's a guy within Hornsby RSL shooting a 6x47 with 115gr Berger pills with good results Andrew. Barrel is a 1:7 twist, powder of choice is 2209.

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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#10 Postby macguru » Mon Jul 30, 2018 6:54 pm

I can't decide whether to order the 7 twist krieger HV or the 7,5 twist 1.25 Bartlein ..... HEEEELLLLPPPPPP :) ??

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Re: 6X47 - 110-115gn loads

#11 Postby Tim N » Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:47 pm

macguru wrote:I can't decide whether to order the 7 twist krieger HV or the 7,5 twist 1.25 Bartlein ..... HEEEELLLLPPPPPP :) ??


The 110gn sierra box recommends 7 twist so that’s what I did :)
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